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May 26, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during
the Coiege ear, at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
OrPsc: Times buiding, 7i S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and Wiiiamu St.
i ANAGING EDTORF -
J. F. TOMAS, 7.
AST MSANAGING EDITOR
E. L. GEISsaEs, 'lb L.
ATHLETIC EDITOR
ii. B. SKILLMAN, 'lb L.
BUSINESS MIANAER
EDITORS
F. S. SiMeSa, '8 -. A. 0AMruest, '1.
F. A. Fsiem '8 E. A. tlAsssnttLt,'O.
G. D). DrUoMrr,'I. T. R. WODeROtW'8.
BUTLEtRnLAtt, 'I. G. 1)..iJeaNNGsa'bali
The subsciptin price of te Daily is Q20
fee the college year, with a eglar deivery
bfore nooen each day. Nties, cmauieca-
iens, and ter matter intended Cr publica-
tien must be handed in at tetDaily rfifer Ie-
foe 8 p. s., or masiled en the editr before I
p. i., of te day preouas to tabt n wiche
they are epetd eo appear.
taubseriptians may be left at The Daily
Diie,. leyrra or Stleta Nestand or
with lBsinetss Manager,.Suberbers will ee-'
ier a fav-r by reporting prampty at thia
office any failrt of ariers ta deliver paper.
Anothieratihllei mass mtieeitig will
be held Friday sight, a las lartie
beinig laidto Imtake it ftill f e tisisi
at. If te weather 1pemit i will
be held coi liale gytuiiio teps itl,
oliserwico' i lst'eold ciatiel. A ic-
sueoiof th(le thltlicieaesooni il itt
givens, .littthe prsetstofwtnig
,Stitrday-will le tilkt'ttitser. Tie
tratmiis going in wit toeieOf ioig,
lied the sttdets will itt' askdto aI iti
thitiibIy aolarge tt tenne titSt't'Itt tsdy.
Sieechesa will be tmadce by 'Wtiito.
Pic hti, Shitels atithellr.
The Univeetity cmpustt ita socever
ilecellt ci Such at ine aiiilertiwii s toit
does hilasprig. Teflowser brstid
slirtilsLadome to the beaty, but
te greatost'tipitoveetis1dietle 1
theiragdocig aud the fhe erndition tof
the gras. A fore of nie is cuisttt-
il' ket t awaork oc thelic'reids, anti
tt' stuetslsshoultdotithir pat tt l
ike-citllietiiloking taeli.-ohiiti
leoks so batd as to see the grouittlo-
cuiit u istilspatitsicortnloed withll
sinali fencitg, andtie (tudetntus a
this time of the yer epcaitly lre
etiged to keels on the talaks, and keep
tie' ctampus as free fresmhear'things
as posible.
Needs Financial Aid.
An appeal ha reently beii issued
by the Aiserican Sehesi of Casirtl
Studieo at Ates urging nl who hiae
at iect the bet itrests of higher
educatioD iD Ameriea red who aih
to see the American School s firmly
establishied as those of other natios,
to contribute tward its edwiiint
find. The appeal states that the' Ger-
n.an end French seisols at Athens
eaich receive from their respective
governmets about twier the amount
at present at' the disposal of the Amer
lean Sehiol. In rder properly isotc-
complisit its Prpse.the latter shold

have an endowment fund of at least
$175000 sous te ensure a fixed annal
income of not lss than $7,000, wii
ia the sums ucessry Isouetits run-
ning expenses, At present moe than
tswo-thirds of the schorl's inome is
dentved from" the voluntary conribu-
tions of the supporting coleges. These
eolleges aerbo5ud iby us pledges and
for the mosto part colet the amunt
anially contributed by teim, from
teir aluni These onrbuions
cannot e cunted upou definitely or
(ertainly,Soloug as th spport of
the sthool depetds upoi aiiul con-
tributisiss,ftrn difficuli to eslleet, its
future nmut reimain insecure ad it
sill _be seriously bhamperedh in the
groat eduscaial aok iiclo it is
conducting,tRealizing (thtte nr
lmean Shasi attAthenslis alaretdy
tionisiuch for higher edctilo i
tis cesnttny, sitd rcogniig teim-(oo
ilortlinee (o eclasstiatlitudy f ito eon-
ttinuace, it isatouisgiht ttittoter tie
tttiiy inerested in (ttie dtuectet
tf learilg as-ts uill te' willinig-t ci-
tribotetowI~arci ainei-tthis entrprae
of Atoericton euitionition te sotinder
inatii liibtaso isttn it is at prs(nt.
Snit'(s foudation in 1880 lteite.-c
i-toilShtool las ac'omisheialcd to
ti-iIit rtstits foi etloitoit id ita-
t'ade' itsainluentetootilwsidly' fetitoI
attttdenutt eiiticu-ietitftitt 1.1lttra'tt ari
0stuentshIt-tariettdy' eotritilt $a-
Art Eminrnt Divine,
r.1.2,Tfx ic, of Nelw Yet-itity,
ictit'oif tie iosts. elqetal thusaelt-y
kniow~i n oah-et;f's i teooitriti -,sal
Chist , t'tiversity- ate. St.,el--cc
sill ftcgiltli a t olt, -Dlr, Tlieis
sat-il'ktiown-i tosimanyt'of it'ecyltig
pleti'ofOthe Cotlry- through-ls (10d-~l
dresets t sttet'nt at itonacl C', i-
eonventis A fell-yt'ars'agotthit'do-
silttive tototitatdrss in tis city tt
imd aletepttof ouind ilopressinun iier t-
silos ssottsalit itm totr te first timtit.
studtt'nts anti citzens Is be prtstt
this eveinlg anti htetr this bis' ttnd
giftetd sieaker.
IiX0t'thSltaNTi) 'TOL-D)
Stunday, aly 30, (le AitnoAbrtR.
ii, sill ruiioaohexurisonstic'Tnt-cit.
Speicital trainleaotvs Atn Aiortteoi
1tt:25 ti.in, Fasee for itihesouttd tlit
only' S0 cents,tReturningot rai leVs
Toleo at iG p. i. Au exeleitietsher-
tainmeni will be giveti at taie Iri
bare and Casiuo.
TANDEMS
To -Pent!!!1
The Largess Line of Biclres, Sn-
dries and Suppies an
M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORUM,
Telephone No, 5. De door East of Ameri-
can ouse,
0. M MARTIN, Funeral iDirector, Cloth
'..and Metallic Caset and Fle Grade
Coffins, Embalming a Specialty, Ne, 17 5,
Fourth ave.

s o ielu n ui5n ~irsi
-;p6.scouonaioEtr0anc
{!neSpcil.etBlr7ndGry0i
cycl Oak,~2DOpr ar
H-irhelin aniotinslitoterpei
asOo nfot$be-Ex Ha Pnts

The" ETTER THAN EVER
Te1897 BEN-HUlR BICYCLES embody more new and genuine improvemessts
in construcion than any ether bicycles note before bte public. Never before bae
suris excellent values been offered for the money. Our near lssr, cossing cf eight
suiterb models at $60, $75 and $125 for single machines, and $150 for tansdesss, wiis
tse various optiossoflered, is sunh that the most exacting purchnser cuss he esitirely
saited.
CENTRAL CYCLE MFG. CO.,
T2 GARDEN STREET. INDIANsAPOLIn., r?'y=
nsaRrussNE PSTERsCATALOGUE MAILED FOR TWO a-ar;NT STAMPS-
Students and Teachers
cait secure pleasaist alsd profitable wortklistroducing our
Public Libraries .......
in towns and country and formng Beading Clubs. Jun.,
the work for Students, Teachers aisd IMimilters.
Managers..................
We also want a ferw energetic. field managers. State age
and experience in book work,
Address Dept. "5S" RAND, Mc.NALLY & CO., Chicago.
RENT.,v;HLER, SUMMER LAW LECTURES
~;,UNIVFRSIiTyCF VIRIGINIA.
P ''i1.APIsly lSton Asg' 1.15,Ceurse includes 3s sectures hy
3 Sr. us tiie Harlan,'sf55 13. Supreme Cones. For
NANN ARBOR. MIC0H. tlge ddes RC Charsv hrlottesvlle, Vag.

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